ProtonMail Five Years Later, Part III: Security Features

I have been using ProtonMail full-time for over five years, and recommending it for almost six. This blog is littered with references to it, along with several incremental updates. A lot has changed since ProtonMail’s beginnings; this post will cover some features of ProtonMail’s premium plans: aliases and custom addresses, custom domains, multiple users, and more. Continue reading “ProtonMail Five Years Later, Part III: Security Features”

ProtonMail Five Years Later, Part II: Tiers & Paid Features

I have been using ProtonMail full-time for over five years, and recommending it for almost six. This blog is littered with references to it, along with several incremental updates. A lot has changed since ProtonMail’s beginnings; this post will cover some features of ProtonMail’s premium plans: aliases and custom addresses, custom domains, multiple users, and more. Continue reading “ProtonMail Five Years Later, Part II: Tiers & Paid Features”

VMs Part 2: Installing and Updating Ubuntu in VirtualBox

In the first part of this series I discussed how to create a virtual machine using VirtualBox and Ubuntu. Today we are going to execute several steps to get Ubuntu installed, updated, and make it just a bit more functional. I we will finish by discussing how to shut down a virtual machine. Continue reading “VMs Part 2: Installing and Updating Ubuntu in VirtualBox”

ProtonMail Five Years Later, Part I: The Basics

I have been using ProtonMail full-time for over five years, and recommending it for almost six. This blog is littered with references to it, along with several incremental updates. A lot has changed since ProtonMail’s beginnings. This post will cover the basics of ProtonMail: how it encrypts your data-in-motion, data-at-rest, and some other features. Continue reading “ProtonMail Five Years Later, Part I: The Basics”

VMs Part 1: Creating Your First Virtual Machine

It recently occurred to me that in over five years of running this blog, I’ve never given step-by-step instructions for setting up or using a virtual machine (VM). It is likely that a lot of you already use VMs don’t need a tutorial. If that applies to you, please share this with a friend who does. It is equally likely that some of you could use step-by-step instructions. This tutorial will cover creating your first virtual machine. Continue reading “VMs Part 1: Creating Your First Virtual Machine”